Oscar Claud Coleman, Jr.

January 19, 1955 - August 28, 2020

01/19/1955 - 08/28/2020

Oscar Claud “Pinky” Coleman Jr, 65, of Norfolk, VA passed away August 28, 2020
Born in Rockhill, SC. He was the son of the late Oscar and Betty Coleman.
Oscar enjoyed playing Little League growing up and football in Jr High and High School. He graduated Northwestern HS in 1973 and graduated from the University of South Carolina in 1976.
In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his brother Perry, sister Sandy Brazil and son James Wesley “Wes”. Left to cherish his memory are his son Phillip, life partner Susan, Aunts, Uncles, many cousins, nieces, nephews and friends.
He spent many summers working with his Dad, where he learned and was mentored in the many aspects of custom construction. He used his love of teaching and mentoring while coaching little league and to many who worked for and with him in the construction industry.
He was an avid U of S C Gamecocks, Atlanta Braves, Washington Redskins and Nascar fan. He enjoyed spending time with family and friends and showing off all the tricks he taught his special fur baby Marley.
Oscar had a philosophy – that if it wasn’t important in an hour, day, month, that “It Just Doesn’t Matter”. So, don’t get hung up on the little things, life’s too short.
Until we meet again Bye.. Sicle.
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Tim Edgerton
2 years ago

Oscar Coleman had a big heart and always willing to help out people if he could he loved showing of the tricks Marley could do..he will be missed..God bless you RI my friend

michelle boyles
2 years ago

I remember Oscar coming in the dog house on friday it was payday for his workers watched a many races with him loved the caution shoots what a wonderful guy you will be missed in so many ways

2 years ago

Oscar was always great for corny jokes but when real life issues came about he was very caring and often just listened when I needed a friend! He loved good old country music and played it for me when I was down. It sure did lift me up.. Sure will miss my buddy! Go find Merle Haggard and sing away my friend!